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Albanian, Gheg
[aln] Widespread. 32,700 (2011 census). Status: 2 (Provincial). Statutory provincial language in Tuzi City Municipality, Plav Municipality, Ulcinj Municipality (2006, Statute No. 5-06, Article 9). Recognized language (2007, Constitution, Article 13). Alternate Names: Geg, Shqip, Shqyp. Dialects: Northwest Gheg. Classification: Indo-European, Albanian, Gheg. Comments: Muslim, Christian.

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Bosnian
[bos] Gusinje, Petnijica, Plav, and Rožaje municipalities. 36,700 (2011 census). Status: 5 (Dispersed). Recognized language (2006, Minority Rights Law, No. 31-06, Article 2). Dialects: Ijekavían, Ikavian. Classification: Indo-European, Balto-Slavic, Slavic, South, Western. Comments: Influences from Turkish [tur] and Arabic [arb].

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Croatian
[hrv] Kotor and Tivat municipalities. 3,010 (2011 census). Status: 5 (Dispersed). Recognized language (2006, Minority Rights Law, No. 31-06, Article 2). Alternate Names: Hrvatski, Serbo-Croatian. Classification: Indo-European, Balto-Slavic, Slavic, South, Western.

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Montenegrin
[cnr] Widespread. 230,000 (2011 census). Total users in all countries: 240,700. Status: 1 (National). Statutory national language (2007, Constitution, Article 13). Alternate Names: Serbo-Croatian. Autonym: црногорски‎ (Crnogorski). Classification: Indo-European, Balto-Slavic, Slavic, South, Western.

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Romani, Balkan
[rmn] Berane, Bijelo Polje, Herceg Novi, Nikši, and Podgorica municipalities. 5,170 (2011 census). Status: 5 (Developing). Dialects: Arli. Classification: Indo-European, Indo-Iranian, Indo-Aryan, Intermediate Divisions, Western, Romani, Balkan. Comments: Non-indigenous.

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Serbian
[srp] Widespread. 266,000 (2011 census). Status: 5 (Dispersed). Alternate Names: Serbo-Croatian. Classification: Indo-European, Balto-Slavic, Slavic, South, Western. Comments: Muslim.

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